Things To Do
How to get to Scenic Rim
Top things to do in the Scenic Rim
60km, 60 minute drive from Brisbane CBD
The Scenic Rim, Brisbane’s World Heritage-listed backyard, is home to lush rainforests, spectacular mountain ranges and ancient landforms. With luxury lodges, stunning scenery and an abundance of locally produced food and wine, the Scenic Rim is the ideal destination for an adventure. Tamborine Mountain, Lamington National Park, Canungra, Lost World Valley, Mt Barney, Boonah and neighbouring communities each offer a little slice of paradise.
It has the word S-C-E-N-I-C in its title, so don’t expect anything less than epic mountains, lush valleys, dry plains and wide open roads.
While in the region, take the opportunity to taste the fruits of the Scenic Rim at its cafes, restaurants and bars.
The beautiful and picturesque Tamborine Mountain has a rich history and its fair share of food and wine experiences. Pack a camera, you’ll be needing it.
There's plenty of reasons for city-dwellers to jump in the car and check out the Scenic Rim.
Don’t go chasing them – or, actually, do. Just pack lunch, a camera and an extra pair of socks because you’ll be surrounded by water in the rainforest all day.
The Tooloona Creek circuit combines the very best that Lamington National Park has to offer - scenic waterfalls, boulder-strewn creeks, tall rainforests, gnarled Antarctic beech trees.
Like the idea of camping but hate the idea of going without life’s luxuries? Try glamping in the Brisbane region instead.
Jump in the car and nominate a driver or join a tour to discover the Scenic Rim’s wine, beer and spirit makers.
The Scenic Rim is a fruitful area. Stacks of food producers grow everything from pecans and beetroot, to sheep cheese, free-range eggs and olive oil.
Carrara Markets is famous for its Sunday morning Car Boot Sale!
If you love a second hand bargain then you're sure to find it amongst
Join us for a beautiful Summer Land Sunset Cocktails with the Camels!
Enjoy our stunning views with a glass of your favourite beverage in hand,
Located within the stunning Scenic Rim, from Lamington National Park to Mt Barney National Park, the Gondwana Festival is a month-long celebration in March 2021
The Farm at Running Creek, home to Running Creek Beef will be throwing open its farm gates for Easter Saturday 3rd April, Easter Sunday 4th
Round one will be held at Kooralbyn Valley on April 14, 2019.
The Ultimate Direction Long Course will be 15 kilometres.
Inverted Festival is a brand new all-ages music and action sports festival, featuring the perfect mash up of Aussie punk rock and action sports athletes,
In this women-only event, competitors will have five hours to complete the course.
The course is split into two main categories – the timed competitive
‘A Taste of Ireland―The Irish Music & Dance Sensation’ delivers a performance that is ‘Celtic―for this generation’. Laugh, cry and jig into the night with